‘The Talk’ With My White Daughter: Don’t Be Like John Derbyshire - COLORLINES
As the country mourns Trayvon Martin, a now-fired conservative pundit drew attention with a letter to his sons about fearing black men. Sally Kohn explains to her own daughter the perils of white privilege, and the pride of creating a true “beloved community.”
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